Autism Society of Wisconsin

Autism Society of Wisconsin Resource Guide

Updated August, 2016

resource_directoryThe purpose of our guide is to provide information about resources in Wisconsin that may be helpful to you and your family. It includes brief descriptions of services and gives contact information to learn more about these and other resources. The Autism Society of Wisconsin believes that every person and family affected by autism is unique. You have the right to learn about all options and then select what you feel is the most appropriate for you. Some of the resources listed in this guide may be right for you and your family, while others may not match your family’s unique needs.

There are many more local resources that may be helpful to you. There may also be a local Autism Society Resource Directory for your area. Click here for local resources.

The design of this resource directory is based on the Finding Your Way: A Navigation Guide for Wisconsin Families who have Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and Disabilities developed by the Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs program, within the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

To access a complete copy of the navigation guide please click here.

Wisconsin First Step Autism Resources Directory

Wisconsin First Step Resources Directory

This directory lists programs and services alphabetically and by geographic area. For more information, visit Wisconsin First Step's website,


IHE Searchable Database

This database is intended to provide information for families and students about a variety of post-secondary or college educational options for students with and without disabilities. This includes Wisconsin technical colleges, public and private 4 year colleges, and UW System Universities and Colleges.Visit

This site is organized so students, families, and educators can find contact information for many Wisconsin colleges and universities and assist in finding additional information and services specific to an individual student’s disability or needs.  Information was gathered through public documents, and in some cases, based on surveys completed by the college or University disability or accessibility resource center.